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‎CARDUS , NEVILLE:‎

‎The Summer Game : A Cricketer's Journal‎

‎Rupert Hart-Davis 1949 New impression H/Back gren cloth boards VG 191pp 7.5 x 5 230g ¶ There is a previous owners name inside the book‎

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‎CARDWELL, PETER‎

‎Excavation of The Hospital of St Giles by Brompton Bridge, North Yorkshire.‎

‎Archaeological Journal, 1995. 1995. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or an offprint. Quarto. 137 pages, 56 illustrations, 1 fold-out chart. A disbound article. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Archaeological Journal; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 222588.‎

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‎CARDWELL, SUE WEBB (CHARLES A. WEISGERBER AND JAMES E. DITTES, INTERPRETIVE COMMENTS)‎

‎Ministry Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, August, 1967, The MMPI As A Predictor Of Success Among Seminary Students‎

‎Washington, D. C.: Ministry Studies, 1967. Softcover. ISBN: 0791416941. 29 pages; unmarked, clean, bright, tight copy ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Near Fine .‎

Bookseller reference : 42932

‎CAREY, LARRY C. M.D. & MOODY, FRANK G. M.D. (EDITORS).‎

‎Surgical Gastroenterology (journal) Volumes 1 and 2. 1982-1983.‎

‎MASSON publishing, New York. 1982 and 1983. First 8 issues of this now-discontinued quarterly. Bound in library hardcover cloth book. Library marks, otherwise VG. bound with covers on. Scarce.‎

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‎CAREY, PETER (EDITOR),‎

‎A.A.J. PayenJournal de mon Voyage á Jogja Karta en 1825. The Outbreak of the Java War (1825-30)as seen by a Painter. [First edition].‎

‎Paris, Association Archipel, 1988. Original limp glossy wrappers, portrait on front cover. Hftitle (verso with publ. serial list). (xiv), 180pp. Captioned monochrome illustrations and portraits of which facsims after archivalia, double page map of Central and East Java pre-1811, sketch map of the Yogyakarta area pre-1825, list of abbreviations and illustrations, notes and historical commentary, bibliography, index, english summary of the main events, table of contents. [Cahiers d'Archipel, No. 17]. French text facsim. of Payen's Journal with english transcription, texts and orthography, introduction and assessment of Payen's Journal. Copy inscribed and signed by author on french title. Very good copy.‎

Bookseller reference : 52540

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‎CAREY, PETER:‎

‎THE INDONESIAN ARMY AND THE STATE: PROBLEMS OF DWI FUNGSI IN EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY PERSPECTIVE.‎

‎In INDONESIA CIRCLE, No. 26, November 1981. Quarto, wrappers, pp. 51-58. V.g. ¶ See also pp. 5-12: Willem van der Molen: Aims and methods of Javanese philology; pp. 33-43: Barbara Hatley: Babads on stage: Javanese history and contemporary polular theatre.‎

Bookseller reference : 64938

‎Caribbean Newspaper‎

‎THE ST. CROIX GAZETTE. FOURTH QUARTER. No. 79 caption title‎

‎Saint Croix Christiansted: Peter Lake Clarke 1812. 4pp. on a folded folio sheet. Folio. Minor soiling chips and tears at edges. Small chip at top of first page. About very good. Single issue of this rare Caribbean newspaper containing sale and rental advertisements as well as official announcements. Several of the listings are printed in both Danish and English. Of the eight announcements for auctions of estates and property six detail the sale of slaves. The climate of the region has resulted in few of these publications surviving. Newspaper printing on St. Croix began in the early 19th century and OCLC records only a small handful of institutional holdings for St. Croix newspapers from this era. Peter Lake Clarke unknown books‎

Bookseller reference : WRCAM41647

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‎Caribbean Newspaper‎

‎THE ST. CROIX GAZETTE. FOURTH QUARTER. No. 79 caption title‎

‎Saint Croix Christiansted: Peter Lake Clarke 1812. 4pp. on a folded folio sheet. Folio. Minor soiling chips and tears at edges. Small chip at top of first page. About very good. Single issue of this rare Caribbean newspaper containing sale and rental advertisements as well as official announcements. Several of the listings are printed in both Danish and English. Of the eight announcements for auctions of estates and property six detail the sale of slaves. The climate of the region has resulted in few of these publications surviving. Newspaper printing on St. Croix began in the early 19th century and OCLC records only a small handful of institutional holdings for St. Croix newspapers from this era. Peter Lake Clarke unknown‎

Bookseller reference : WRCAM41647

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‎CARKEEK, MALCOLM.‎

‎No Stone Unturned - In Search of Professor Sir Fredrick McCoy FRS Contained in The Victorian Historical Journal. Issue 250, Vol. 69, No.1.‎

‎First Edition; 8vo; pp. 24-39; original illustrated stiff wrapper, a fine copy. Melbourne, The Royal Historical Society Of Victoria, 1998.‎

Bookseller reference : 86698

‎CARL AND EDNA M. BERG [NEE PARKINS]‎

‎1921 Handwritten Manuscript Diary of a Young Hardscrap Pennsylvania Couple Living on Love‎

‎Roscoe, Pennsylvania, 1921. Soft Cover, 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Manuscript, On offer is an enchanting diary written in 1921 by a young woman named Edna M. (Parkins) Berg of Roscoe, Pennsylvania. Edna married Carl Berg on October 13, 1920. So, at the time of writing this diary she and Carl were still newlyweds and very much in love. Uniquely, this diary is written by both Edna and Carl. Carl would sometimes jot a little love note to Edna in her diary and on days Edna wasn't feeling well he recorded their daily activities. Very full, approximately 95% filled with entries judging by their activities I'd have to guess they were in their early twenties. Edna recorded her birthday as May 23rd and Carl's birthday as November 15th, but she failed to mention their ages. On the evening of June 10, Edna was very sick and Carl called the doctor who determined Edna was pregnant as is revealed by an entry written by Carl on June 11th: "Edna very sick. Dr. came. He told us we were three. We went to Indian Head p.m. but it didn't help Edna." Throughout the remaining year Edna quite often felt sick. But, she also expressed her joy at expecting a baby. This diary is the truly a work of love the the expressions of both, Edna and Carl. Edna expressed her sorrow each time Carl went-off to work, as well as her excitement each time he returned home. And, Carl quite regularly returned home from work with a bouquet of flowers or a box of candy for Edna. Edna referred to the evenings they spent together alone as 'dates.' They seem to have been a well-suited couple and very much in love. The pages of this diary attest to their 'love story.' Most of what Edna wrote about was (of course) her love for Carl and her daily activities. Although she and Carl had very little money (struggled to put food on their table and counted the days before Carl got paid again) Edna seems to have been content to be a housewife. She busied herself with household chores, but she also enjoyed cooking, baking, crocheting, and sewing. She made curtains for the windows and also made shirts for Carl. She also made nightgowns for herself and baby clothes for the child they were expecting. On occasion she made clothes for 'the kiddos,' who I believe were her Nieces and Nephews. She also went berrying and used the berries to make pies and jellies. Laundry, or 'washing' seems to have been a tremendous chore for Edna. Which, she generally soaked and washed by hand unless she visited a relative to use their 'machine.' But, it seems Carl quite often got up early in the morning to do the washing before Edna was even awake. What a guy! But, he also quite regularly washed dishes, swept floors, and helped with the cooking. I can't be certain of where Carl worked or what his job was. It seems his job sometimes required him to be gone overnight. While at other times he seems to have had time to go home for lunch, or meet Edna in town for lunch. But, Edna made one reference to him telephoning 'the dispatcher,' so perhaps he drove a bus, taxi, or delivery truck. Aside from his job he received lessons in the mail and studied at night. So, I assume he was taking a correspondence course of some kind. I also think he may have been a veteran because he attended an occasional veterans meeting and went to the Marine Hospital. Whatever Edna and Carl lacked financially they were more than compensated for in way of good friends and a large, wonderful, family; who they quite regularly got together with for holidays, picnics, and outings. Or simply for an evening to play cards and dominos. They seem to have enjoyed overnight guests, as well as they enjoyed visiting the homes of their friends and family, where Edna sometimes sang and entertained at the piano. Aside from their activities with their friends and family they were also quite actively involved with their Church and attending Church Socials. And, as a treat (and when they could afford it) they sometimes went out to dinner or to see a play or movie. Edna kept an accurate account of their expenses and of the items she purchased. This diary doesn't contain much in the way of historical importance, but it provides a wonderful glimpse into the personal lives of a lovely, happily-married-couple, struggling to build a future in 1920's America. Here are some partial entries from Edna's diary: "Florence and Dudley came down for Military Ball at Wm. Penn Hotel. Boys did not wear uniforms. About 1500 present. Wore my wedding dress".."My Carl is the sweetest kid what is".."Ironed. Carl called me at noon to come down to the city at 5 o'clock. Bought a bedroom suite. Beautiful thing. The first thing towards our little home".."Was examined by Dr. Sawyer this nite. My womb is twisted clear around. Told us operation or pregnancy was the only thing. Hurt awful with little thin tube. We are glad to know all about it".."Carl and I had date until Florence came at 7:30. Carl left for Detroit. Miss my Carly.".."Got special delivery from my Carly, the sweetest. He still loves his wifey. I wish he would come home. Most lonesome nite I ever put over".."My Carl is coming today. Made Pauline nighty, cleaned up the house. Came home at regular time. Talk about glad to see him. Brought me chocolate Easter egg. We talked and spooned and talked and _____. Never going away from me again".."Married five months today".."Went to N.E.L.A.'s dance in the evening. Mart and wife were along. Jim Bogne came in later. Fine dances and good orchestra".."Had a good night's rest and feel much better. Carl is the sweetest hubby ever was".."Six months since we were married and happy as can be. Was going to celebrate by going to a show, but rained and was miserable, so stayed home and loved".."Carl and I went to country and got sweet williams for Aunt Sara, Mrs. Mason, and ourselves. Homer and Mary, Jean and baby were here when we came back. They stayed until 11 o'clock. Both took bath then to bed to dream about snakes, but Carl won't let them bite me".."Carl and I got home at 7:30 and ate dinner. Then I took sick at 9:30 and we were both up until two. Mrs. Mason brought up Jamaica ginger and hot water bottle".."Went to bed about nine o'clock. I had the blues, cause Carl was leaving in the morning".."Slept with Florence. Missed my Carl muchly".."Met Carl and came home with him. He is sweeter than ever, and I love him. We loved all evening".."I washed all of the blankets with Aunt Janie's machine, and my dirty clothes".."Made strawberry shortcake and prepared for dinner. Gail and Brice came at 5:30. Had Mason's victrola and had a good time".."Still very sick and all alone".."Florence is here now. It's nice to have company. She and Carl took a walk, carried me water, etc. Gail and Brice were down. Florence homesick for Dudley".."Dudley came in the evening and stayed all nite. He and Carl slept on the floor in the living room".."Dudley and Florence are cook. Dudley left at noon. They have it bad but no worse than us. I can't stand any loving now".."The hottest day I ever put over. Carl and I were on the floor and everywhere. He was in the bath tub most of the time".."Another boiling hot day. 104 in the shade and no shade. Everybody going to a picnic but we must stay home. Carl got watermelon and anything I wanted. It was awfully noisy, then Andy had to shoot the revolver".."Mrs. Bengle came down and introduced herself. Went home and brought us a big dish of beans, bread and butter for lunch. Sent down beets and steak in the evening. There is always a good Samaritan"."The lady brought me jello with whipped cream. Later in the day cottage cheese and beans. I feel much better already".."Carl has a big carbuncle on his bumpter. Doctor was here and is going to lance it tomorrow nite".."Mrs. Bengle brought me down hash and beans. I vomited the hash. Carl had carbuncle lanced this evening. Poor kid didn't sleep a wink last nite. He could hardly walk. It made him sick to have it lanced"."Carl went as far as Brownsville. Dudley went on down with him. I hated to be separated from Carl, for I love him more every day"."I can't wait to see my hubby tomorrow".."Got Carl a nice lunch, corn and beans, ham, fruit, etc. My but he enjoyed it. I ate at the table for the first." An entry by Carl: "Edna and I were house hunting again. We looked Smutz Aptmts. over again. We liked them very much but rent was $37 per. now. Too much for us. I have made up my mind that if I ever get out of this town I'll never come back to live. We're getting sicker of this place every day. But, we musn't grumble. It might be worse. Carrie heard of a house and we went to look at it but it was not for rent. Nothing new. Edna and I still love. Five more days til payday." More partial entries by Edna: "Made my first little doll dress. It sure gives you a loving feeling. It makes the little thing seem real and its daddy dearer. I am afraid this dress will be worn out before the time comes".."Married ten months today and just as happy as we were ten months ago." Entry by Carl: "No kidding. Edna commenced to talk about anniversary present. Edna is still as big a kid as ever, and a dear too. C. M. B." Edna's entry Dec. 24th: "Got up at 7:30 and river is nearly over the bank here. Susannah and is talked quiet for awhile, then Robt. helped me to the station. Saw Jean M. Kiddies had about all the work done, so I got dinner and baked cakes. Florence and I went to Charleroi and shopped. Got Pauline's violin, comb, and stockings. Had lunch at Wagner's. Carl was there when I got home. We played Santa Claus. Had a nice time"..(Dec. 25th) "Children got up at six. All pleased with their gifts. Jas. brought Ray down at nine and he and Elsie came about one." "Carl and I read in the evening. I went to sleep and he awakened me at 10:30".."Carl has had cards and letters from all his old pals".."Gail and Brice came in p.m. and left baby here while they went up Arch St. to look at house. We made fudge and chatted when they came back".."Ironed until 9:30 then took sick and lay down until 10:30. Felt better so after lunch finished ironing, cleaned and pressed Carl's blue trousers, made ginger cakes and cleaned up. Gail and baby came in eve. Gail and I went over to the house. Carl cleaned the bedroom. They left on 10:30 car, then Carl shaved, bathed and I took a physic." These are but small samples of the wonderful entries made by Edna and Carl in this diary. But, I want to leave the best of them for your reading pleasure. The following is a partial list of Edna's expenses mentioned in her diary: Thread .20, Clothesline .25, Belting .25, Teapot .59, Milk Bill $1.33, Bananas .30, Sugar .50, Spuds .16, Rent $13.50, Satin .50, Tomatoes .25, Towels .58, Gingham .75, Train Ticket .60, Chicken $1.48, Meat .40, Bread .13, Oranges .63, Eggs .45, Butter .06, Turnips .68, Lettuce .15, Pancake Flour .35, Telephone .05, Tea .15, Corset $1.39 The following is a list of names frequently mentioned in Edna's diary who were people either related or closely associated to Edna and Carl: Mother Berg (Carl's mother), Daddy Berg (Carl's father), Aunt Sara (Waddle), Aunt May, Aunt Janie, Aunt Sadie, Uncle Jake, Uncle John, Uncle Robert, Dudley, Florence, Jacob, Dora, Earl, Marie, Elma, Isabelle, Elmer, Ben, Charlotte, Elsie, James, Pauline, Robert, Jim, Annie, Neal, Carrie, Gail, Brice, Mabel, Irene, Mildred, Olive, Barbara, Lizzie, Violet, Kenneth, Margaret, Althea, Verna, Aaron, and many others. The following is a partial list of some other names mentioned in Edna's diary: Olie Barber Taylor, Homer Waddles, Sara Waddle, Harvey Klugh, Jean Murphy, Jim Bogne, Mark Simpson, Alex Gray, Mart Towles, George Maines, Wilda Cook, John Craig, Ralph Sliger, Walter Fricks, Nell Fricks, Mary Timlin, Lida Pritz, Virginia Hamiltion, Besse Langford, Brice Colbert, Claude Witt, Ray Hall, Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. Rankin, Sister Elis, Mrs. Mason, Rev. McKelvy, Mrs. Gator, Mrs. Reed, Dr. Sawyer, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Ray, Mr. Aaron, Mrs. Bengle, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Welling, Miss Painter, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Rush, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Chris, Rev. Hutchinson, The Browns, The Andersons, The Millers, The Hohnshergers, and many others. The following is a partial list of names of stores, restaurants, and other places of business mentioned in Edna's diary: Wm. Penn Hotel, Rosenbaums, Marine Hospital, Smiths, Raufmanns, Schmidts, Shomers, Blackstone Theatre, and others. The following is a partial list of the names of cities, towns, districts, and other areas mentioned in Edna's diary: Roscoe, Pittsburgh, Dormont, Scottsdale, Greensburg, Charleroi, Connellsville, Brownsville, Whatmough, Union Town, Woodlawn, Allenport, Hazelwood, Homewood, East Liberty, Highland Park, Indian Head, Poplar Grove, Whistle Park, Shady Grove, and others. This diary is approximately 3 1/2" x 6" and has a burgundy, leather, cover. There is some wear to the cover and some of the pages have yellowed. There also appears to be a stain on the edges of some of the pages, but the binding is tight and the pages are free of tears. Most of the entries were written with pen and ink. Edna's handwriting is quite good and easy to read. Carl's handwriting is not as good as Edna's, but is still legible. Good+.‎

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‎CARL, PRINCE. TRANSLATED BY CARL SIEWERS.‎

‎In an Indian Jungle; a leaf from my diary.‎

‎Nineteenth Century. London, 1886. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or offprint. Octavo. 7 pages. Disbound article. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Nineteenth Century Magazine; Inventory No: 114959.‎

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‎CARLING , WILL:‎

‎Captain's Diary 1989- 1991‎

‎Chatto & Windus 1991 First VG/VG edgewear price clipped 161pp 40 b/w photos and line drawings 9.5 x 6 445g ¶ From the disappointment at Murrayfield in 1990 to the triumpahnt victory at Twickenham in 1991, this is a unique record of two seasons of English rugby as senn by the youngest ever captain of the England Rugby Team . There is a previous owners inscription inside the book‎

Bookseller reference : 14853

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‎CARLO COCCIOLI‎

‎JOURNAL MEXICAIN‎

‎Broché - 14 x 19,5 - 253 pp - année 1966 - Editions Plon -‎

Bookseller reference : 18780

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Bouquinerie A livre ouvert sur le jardin
Villers-chemin France Francia França France
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‎Carlo Davillier‎

‎La Spagna con introduzione di Gian Dàuli " I due volti della Spagna "‎

‎ITALIANO 0,32 Brossura commerciale dalla copertina semirigida, con tracce del tempo quali: macchie, parziale dissolvenza dei piatti e dorso usurato con frammenti mancanti, bordo stanco e piatto anteriore staccato dal dorso. Il volume, dall'aspetto vissuto, si presenta intatto all'interno, con pagine in buono stato, tagli non rifilati, ombrati dalla polvere e dagli anni. USATO‎

‎Carlo Perasso‎

‎Sole e nebbie‎

‎ITALIANO 0,44 Volume in buono stato, coperta illustrata in cartoncino patinato, cima e piede leggermente consunti, macchie, piega su piatto anteriore, tagli poco ingialliti, alcune pagine con margini appena ingialliti, altre con macchie sul margine. Prefazione di Davide Lajolo. USATO‎

‎Carlo RIM‎

‎Le grenier d'arlequin journal 1916 1940‎

‎1981 Editions Denoël - 1981 - in-8 broché- 336 pages - dessins noir et blanc in texte‎

‎Bon état‎

Bookseller reference : 79789

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Librairie le père pénard
Lyon France Francia França France
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‎CARLSON, MELODY‎

‎Diary of a Teenage Girl: Becoming Me‎

‎Multnomah Publishers, 2000. Early Edition, Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 248 pages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Edges browned slightly. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Teens & Young Adult; ISBN: 1576737357. ISBN/EAN: 9781576737354. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: RB16193.‎

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‎CARLSON, MELODY‎

‎Diary of a Teenage Girl: I Do!‎

‎Multnomah Publishers, 2004. Early Edition, Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 263 pages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Teens & Young Adult; ISBN: 1590523202. ISBN/EAN: 9781590523209. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: RB16194.‎

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‎CARLSON, MELODY‎

‎Diary of a Teenage Girl: It's My Life‎

‎Multnomah Books, 2002. Early Edition, Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 252 pages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Teens & Young Adult; ISBN: 159052053X. ISBN/EAN: 9781590520536. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: RB16179.‎

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‎CARLSON, MELODY‎

‎Diary of a Teenage Girl: Sold out‎

‎Multnomah Publishers, 2003. Early Edition, Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 284 pages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Teens & Young Adult; ISBN: 1590521412. ISBN/EAN: 9781590521410. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: RB16195.‎

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‎CARLSON, MELODY‎

‎Just ask: Diary of a Teenage Girl‎

‎Multnomah Publishers, 2005. Edition Unstated, Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 250 pages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Teens & Young Adult; ISBN: 1590523210. ISBN/EAN: 9781590523216. Dewey Code: [Fic] 22. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: RB17118.‎

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‎CARLSON, OLIVER & ERNEST SUTHERLAND BATES‎

‎Hearst Lord of San Simeon an Unauthorized Biography‎

‎New York: Viking Press, 1936. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. B&W Illustrations; This book is in Very Good+ condition and has a Very Good- dust jacket. The book and its contents are in mostly clean, bright condition. The text pages are clean and bright. There is some light toning to both front and rear endpapers. The dust jacket is generally clean and bright, but has noticeable spots of rubbing and some color loss to the front cover and spine. "William Randolph Hearst (April 29, 1863 – August 14, 1951) was an American newspaper publisher who built the nation's largest newspaper chain and whose methods profoundly influenced the history of American journalism. Hearst entered the publishing business in 1887 after being given control of The San Francisco Examiner by his wealthy father. Moving to New York City, he acquired The New York Journal and engaged in a bitter circulation war with Joseph Pulitzer's New York World that led to the creation of yellow journalism—sensationalized stories featuring crime, corruption, and sex, and of sometimes dubious veracity. Acquiring more newspapers, Hearst created a chain that numbered nearly 30 papers in major American cities at its peak. He later expanded to magazines, creating the largest newspaper and magazine business in the world.". Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket .‎

Bookseller reference : 32981

‎CARMELO MEAZZA‎

‎DI TRAVERSO IN JACQUES DERRIDA IN UN CERTO ATTUALISMO NEL DRAMMA DI DIFFERENZA E DIFFéRANCE‎

‎ALFREDO GUIDA 2008 229 PP. FONDO DI MAGAZZINO: PARI AL NUOVO. La decostruzione di Jacques Derrida può forse trovare un suo esemplare nella tecnica dello struzzo per mettersi al riparo dai pericoli narrata da Jacques Lacan, in un commento a una celebre novella di Edgard Allan Poe. "[...] esso scrive Lacan - meriterebbe di essere qualificato come animale politico, per il fatto di ripartirsi in tre partners, il secondo dei quali si crede rivestito di invisibilità per il fatto che il primo ha la testa affondata nella sabbia, mentre lui lascia che un terzo gli spenni tranquillamente il didietro". In qualche modo la decostruzione e il suo gesto attraversano il lavoro del terzo di questi partners. Nel senso almeno che essa interviene laddove ogni copertura lascia qualcosa di scoperto. Il filosofo è tuttavia assai più scaltro dello struzzo. Quando va a fondo, quando sprofonda nell'intensità concettuale, in qualche modo, copre, ricopre sempre, con un certo velo ciò che resta fuori copertura. I due movimenti non si dispongono in successione ma appartengono al medesimo atto della stessa scena. La direttrice principale del volume indaga la messa in opera di quest'arte della velatura, introduce la metonimia di una mano e chiede conto alla filosofia della "différance" se opera della filosofia e opera dell'arte abbiano a che fare con la medesima arte della velatura, con la medesima manualità, o in altre parole se la metafora della filosofia sia convertibile con la metafora dell'opera dell'arte. Parole e frasi comuni Abramo accade Alain Badiou all'altezza all'evento all'uno assoluto Badiou bellezza chiamata coerenze comune convertibile copertura cornice costituisce Critica del giudizio decostruzione dell'altro dell'ar dell'esperienza dell'essere dell'eventodell'identità dell'opera dell'arte différance differenza ontologica differisce dovrebbe Dupin ebraismo esclusiva evento performativo fenomenologia fidatezza figura speculativa figurazione concettuale filosofia fondo forma franco - franceseHegel Heidegger impensabile Jacques Derrida Kant l'altro l'arte l'atto l'attualismo l'economia l'effetto l'esperienza l'essere l'evento l'identità l'impensabilità l'Io l'opera dell'arte l'ora l'orizzonte l'ultimo l'unica l'uno dell'uno Lacan lavoro lettera rubataLevinas linea lingua manca all'insieme mancanza mano che indica medesima messa in opera messa in scena metafora momento nell'ordine notorietà nozione nuova pertinenza occorre orienta orizzonte parergon passo performance piacere piano possibile presente propriopunto purezza radicale relazione Ricoeur ritrazione sarebbe segreto vuoto semplice senso sguardo soggetto Stiamo attenti supplemento termini testo topologia traccia tradizione trascendentale un'altra un'assenza un'opera velo venire a mancare verità verso vienevisibilità vorrebbe dire‎

‎CARMEN BASSOLAS‎

‎La Ideología de Los Escritores: Literatura Y Política En la Gaceta Literaria (1927-1932)‎

‎Barcelona, Editorial Fontamara, 1975. Hardcover. Ex-library from a university library with the usual stampings, markings, and barcodes. Softcover text bound into library hardcover binding. Slight rubbing and edgewear to boards and spine. Interior is clean, and binding is firm and straight. No dust-jacket. Good Spanish language.‎

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‎CARMEN BIN LADIN‎

‎Inside the Kingdom: My Life in Saudi Arabia‎

‎Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Warner Books Inc. 2005. (ISBN: 0446694886). Soft Cover. PB/Gd. condition/214 pages - My life in Saudi Arabi, by Carmen Bin Ladin. (K1710HR8). Good.‎

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‎CARMICHAEL, JOEL (ED. ) ; KIRACOFE, CLIFFORD A. ; GOLDHAGEN, ERICH; MARGOLIS, EMMANUEL; SULTANIK, KALMAN; LIBEN, MEYE; SYRKIN, MARIE‎

‎Midstream: A Monthly Jewish Review, Volume XXVII, No. 5 (May 1981)‎

‎New York: The Theodor Herzl Foundation, Inc, 1981. Softcover. Binding is sound. Pages tanned, clean. Wrappers faded, edge rubbed, with general shelf wear. Remnant of mailing label on front. ; Contents: Kiracofe, "The Soviet Network in teh West"; Goldhagen, "Nazi Sexual Demonology"; Maroglisk, "Zionism and Israel"; "An Open Letter to Western Jewry"; Sultanik, "36 Years after Liberation"; Liben, "Uncle Benny"; Syrkin, "It's Time for a Law"; Books in Review.; 11.0" tall; 64 pages. Good with no dust jacket .‎

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‎CARMOSINO, ROGER (EDITOR) ; MEAD, ROBERT G. JR. (EDITOR)‎

‎Inti: Revista de Cultura Hispanica; Volume I Noviembre 1974‎

‎University of Connecticut, 1974.. Very Good+; Softcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 29 pages, bound in stapled wraps. Spanish text. Stories, essays, poetry by Carlos Perez, Robert G. Mead, Nelson Orringer, Luis Sanchez Saul Yurkievich and more. ;.‎

Bookseller reference : 17608

‎CARMOSINO, ROGER ; MEAD, ROBERT G. JR. ; EYZAGUIRRE, LUIS B. (EDITORS)‎

‎Inti: Revista de Literatura Hispanica; Numero Ii Octubre 1975‎

‎University of Connecticut, 1975.. Very Good+; Softcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 74 pages, bound in stapled wraps. Spanish text. Stories, essays, poetry , criticism by Spanish language writers. ;.‎

Bookseller reference : 17609

‎CARNEY, DAVE‎

‎Love in Rubber‎

‎London, Edcampden Sales Co. 1973, First Edition. Pamphlet, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Ill.: Dave Carney. Rubber fetish novel with line drawings. Some creasing to covers. Good.‎

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‎CAROL PITTS DIEDRICHS (EDITOR)‎

‎Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services - Volume 23, Nos. 1-4, 1999‎

‎Oxford, Elsevier Science, 1999. Hardcover. Four issues bound into single library hardcover volume. Ex-library from a university library with the usual stampings, markings, and barcodes. Slight rubbing and edgewear to boards and spine. Interior is clean, and binding is firm and straight. No dust-jacket. Good .‎

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‎CAROL PITTS DIEDRICHS (EDITOR)‎

‎Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services - Volume 24, Nos. 1-4, 2000‎

‎Oxford, Elsevier Science, 2000. Hardcover. Four issues bound into single library hardcover volume. Ex-library from a university library with the usual stampings, markings, and barcodes. Slight rubbing and edgewear to boards and spine. Interior is clean, and binding is firm and straight. No dust-jacket. Good .‎

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‎CAROLAN, ANNE; EDITOR.‎

‎Heritage Journals Of The Marrickville Heritage Society‎

‎First Editions; Lge 8vos; pp. first five issues 1984-1988; original coloured stiff illustrated wrappers; contributors, acknowledgements, next issue details; all fine copies. (Australia), Greg Roberston, 1984.‎

Bookseller reference : 98817

‎CAROLE RYAN‎

‎Fellmongers, Frankwell, Shrewsbury. (SJ 488128)‎

‎Archaeological Journal, Volume 138 for 1981. 1981. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. This is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or an offprint. Large Octavo. 1 page. A disbound article. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Archaeological Journal; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 159299.‎

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‎CAROLINE BUTZ‎

‎Outlook 2007: Sehen und können‎

‎, Markt + Technik Verlag, Auflage: 1 (22. Oktober 2008). 252, 23,8 x 19 x 1,4 cm, Softcover. Zustand: 2. E-Mail-Schutz Kontaktpflege Terminplanung Journal Im- und Export von Adressen Outlook EDV Frauen-Computer-Schule DTP-Studio Thunderbird Outlook ist auf fast jedem PC und kann sehr viel. Dieses visuelle Buch wählt die wichtigsten Outlook 2007 Themen aus und serviert sie Bild für Bild jeweils auf einer Doppelseite. Von den richtigen Einstellungen bis zur persönlichen Anpassung, vom E-Mail-Schutz, über die Kontaktpflege, Terminplanung, Arbeit mit dem Journal bis zum Im- und Export von Adressen. So können auch Einsteiger ihr Outlook richtig in Schwung bringen. Es übernimmt mehr Verwaltungsarbeit und läuft fast von selbst. Über den Autor Caroline Butz Ausbildung und Beruf Nach dem Abitur erfolgreicher Abschluss an einer Wirtschaftsschule in München. Erst tätig als Layouterin, später als Geschäftsführererin von someTimes GmbH (DTP-Studio). Betreuung der Fachzeitschriften Experts insides rund ums Layout. Lehrtätigkeit Freie Dozentin für unterschiedliche Weiterbildungsinstitute in München u.a. Frauen-Computer-Schule, Journalistenakademie. Markt + Technik Verlag ISBN/ISSN 3827243777. Gewicht/weight: 2000 gr.‎

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‎CAROLINE F. AIKEN‎

‎1853 Literary Exercises of the Young Ladies of Professor Metcalfe's Academy in Reverend Mr. Porter's Church - Broadside‎

‎Williamsburgh, Long Island New York Ny, 1853. Manuscript, On offer is a very attractive two-page broadside 8" x 10" announcing LITERARY EXERCISES by the YOUNG LADIES OF PROFESSOR METCALFE'S ACADEMY, In Rev. Mr. Porter's Church, Fourth Street, Williamsburgh, Long Island, New York, on Friday, 3 o'clock, P.M. July 1st, 1853.Many students are listed along with the titles of their compositions. This ephemeral announcement is in very good condition, printed on old paper of excellent rag content. It is printed on one side and folded in the center, so that Part I of the program is detailed on the front side, and Part II of the program is detailed on the reverse. The back or rather "inside" of the folded paper is blank. This broadside apparently announced the CLOSING EXERCISES of Professor Metcalfe's Seminary, as it concludes with: "The Academic Year will commence on the first Monday of September, with School Rooms greatly enlarged and improved." As the concluding activity of Professor Metcalfe's school, research reveals that the affair apparently went off with quite a notable bang; "On November 13, 1849 the Rev. Elbert STOTTHOFF PORTER was called to the pastorate of the Reformed Dutch Church in Williamsburgh, Long Island, New York. Professor Silas METCALFE'S Academy for Young Ladies occupied the basement of this church building. In 1853, while the closing exercises of Professor METCALFE'S Seminary were in progress in the Reformed Dutch Church, A TORNADO STRUCK THIS BUILDING. The spire crashed down on roofs of buildings on the south of the church & many timbers fell through the ceiling onto the organ gallery at the west. No one was sitting in the gallery. The spire was never rebuilt." Handwritten at the very top is the manuscript autograph of Caroline F. Aiken, presumedly the attendee and recipient of the broadside. Very Good+.‎

Bookseller reference : 000654

‎CAROLYN HEIGHWAY ET AL.‎

‎Excavations at Gloucester. Fourth Interim Report: St. Oswald's Priory, Gloucester, 1975 - 1976.‎

‎Antiquaries Journal. Being the Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Volume 58, Part 1, 1978. 1978. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. This is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or an offprint. Large Octavo. 29 pages with 9 illustrations + 6 plates. A disbound article. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiquaries Journal; Inventory No: 148390.‎

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‎CAROLYN M. HEIGHWAY, F.S.A., WITH A CONTRIBUTION BY J. WEST‎

‎Excavations at Gloucester. First Interim Report: St. Oswald's Priory 1977 - 8.‎

‎Antiquaries Journal. Being the Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Volume 60, Part 2, 1980. 1980. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. This is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or an offprint. Large Octavo. 20 pages with 3 illustrations + 6 plates. A disbound article. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiquaries Journal; Inventory No: 148426.‎

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‎CAROLYN R. MOORE‎

‎1905-06 Handwritten Manuscript Diary and Travel Journal of a Young Woman of Means and the Prejudices of the Day - Early Description of the Daytona Car Race‎

‎Plainfield New Jersey Nj Daytona Florida Fl, 1905. 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall. Manuscript, On offer is the very interesting travel journal and diary of Carolyn R. Moore from Plainfield, New Jersey. She is a young woman of means (her family owns a hotel where Carolyn works very hard but uncomplainingly) and possesses the common prejudices of the day writes from 1905 - 1906. This is a densely written diary wherein Carolyn writes intense detailed accounts of family, friends, daily activities, local gossip and various trips via ship, road and train from Daytona, Florida, to St. Augustine, a stop at Sandy Hook during a storm at sea, a trip to Atlantic City, NJ, New York and others but this is also a portrait of the times for good and bad. Main portions appear to be written while in Daytona, Florida with some time spent enjoying the beach. Carolyn has a keen and observant eye which provides for super passages about one of the early races and the large crowds in Daytona, Florida viewing the auto "races" on the beach. Carolyn also has an eye for nuance - she writes of particular hat; "it's not pretty but it is fetching." She also writes vivid descriptions of an automobile accident with injuries and a chauffeur being killed, social outings/dances, shopping for the latest woman's fashion including abandoning her "corset" for a chemise, reading, cooking pies and making candy, sewing, music lessons, various local accommodations, dinners with family and friends and her snobbish opinions of the people she meets aboard ship. On the bad side we read several comments that reflect racial attitudes including casual references to "the black church", "dark skin" or seeing "some coon do stunts." Here are more snippets: "Mr Wooley called and ate a plate of my cake. Went over to the beach by the south bridge & I came home on my wheel with Eleanor Gordon and Miss Anderson. Saw several racers among them Vanderbilts winners of last year. An awful accident up toward Ormond - Richard Croker's son injured, his chaffeur killed & man on motorcycle legs broken.." "Mr. Sharb came over at 10 with the horses. Mine is a great black brute. Cath's a cute pony. He made us mount & we tore off. It was fierce." "The cottage is cute with 2 bedrooms, 2 parlors & a basement, kitchen and dining room combined. Finished my leaf and holly pillow. Aunt Mag's 7th wedding anniversary." "Great crowds on the beach. We saw Mr & Mrs Alfred G. Vanderbilt at close range. Very young. The Ormond is packed - the racing didn't seem to be fully underway yet. Letter from ..." "Went to Sunnyside for dinner as usual and all walked to the foot washing over in Midway at the colored church. Great time & a big crowd of white people. Ma came home after 9 & didn't see the great event. But the preaching was really funny. Glorious night.." "Pleasant day - I started to hemstitch a white waist. Letters from Chanters.." "Quite cool. I made a pair of unmentionables & walked downtown at 3" "I took a walk along the river - went to Grant's Tomb & strolled on down. Picked up a couple of cute fellow - exchanged cards.." "Left on the 841 - spent the day shopping. Went over to Roseville at 4.." "He wanted me to go to Coney with him - said he'd come down to Pat in his "Cadillac" sometime. Very pleasant but quite old - at least 40.." "Letter from Puss. She spoke of looking for an apartment downtown - none fit to live in less than $180 or $200 a month.." "Next to slave mart - old city gates. Fort Marion & the stores - had a bath in the swimming pool at the Alcazar - Cute office clerk here & another rubberneck. I got some postals. Took the 10 to Jacksonville..went to the boat I stayed up til 11:30 waiting for the trunks." "Sailed at 6 - Spent the day on the decks - couple of men talked to me. The porter is very decent." "Fine day. Met nice girls from N.Y. Talked to them..Very good looking high class Germans. We walked the decks a good deal - played cards etc. A bum crowd on the boat. Hotel help going north etc. Very few decent people." "Several orange trees in the back yard, but we are only allowed to pick the sour ones.." "This morning I baked a 4 layer chocolate cake and a cherry pie. Latter especially good..I made fudge - best in a long while.." "Rode around a good deal - made two cakes..Went down to see some coon do stunts. Saw some of the racing machines too.." "Lovely day. We didn't go to the beach as they said the real racing didn't start today. Rode around some on my wheel.." "Made 2 cherry pies and got drivers for Aunt M's family - Ma & I went to the train to see them all off. Aunt Ida goes north & the rest to Braidentown..Letters from Puss, Curley, Jim Moore and L.R. Brown. Hurrah!" Diary is leather bound with pencil holder on the inside. Small strap slides through band on cover to hold closed. Written in ink, in a legible hand on almost all pages with very little fading.G+. Good+.‎

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‎Carossa, Hans‎

‎Journal de guerre (Roumanie)‎

‎Paris Editions Bernard Grasset 1938 195 p. 11,9 x 18,7 Assez bon état général, couverture défraîchie Romans étrangers‎

‎Hans Carossa ; traduit de l'allemand par Jacques Leguèbe Journal de guerre sur le front roumain durant la Première Guerre mondiale. Avant-propos de Jacques Leguèbe. Exemplaire non coupé‎

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‎CARPENTER, BRIAN (ED.)‎

‎Carolina Quarterly, Fall/Winter 1999, Volume 52, Number 1‎

‎Chapel Hill NC: University of North Carolina, 1999. Soft Cover. Minor edge rubbing to wraps. Interior clean, bright, tightly bound. Wraps have light shelf wear, including faint creases on back.; Literary magazine published by the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Contributors: Carol Carpenter, Lucas Carpenter, Fred Chappell, David Davis, George Hovis, Ha Jin, Paul Lake, James Magorian, Tim Mizelle, Lewis Nordan, Christpher O'Steen, Burton Raffel, Scott Romine, David Schuman, John Westmark, Jackson Wheeler, Wayne Wilson, Katherine E. Young. ; 9.0" (23 cm) tall; 88 pages. Very Good with no dust jacket .‎

Bookseller reference : 3450034

‎CARPENTIER ALTING, J.H. (EDITOR; ET.AL.),‎

‎Indisch Maçonniek Tijdschrift, [Maandblad Provinciale Grootloge van Nederlandsch-Indië, [1895-1949, ALL PUBL.].‎

‎Semarang-Soerabaia, G.C.T. van Dorp, /Provinciale Grootloge van Nederlandsch-Indië, 1895-, 1949. STOCKED: Volume 1 (1895) - Volume 50 (1948-1949, All published). Together bound in 44 vols. (LACKS volume15-17; 24-25; 39-40; 46-48). Large stout 8°. NOT uniformely bound: cloth, clothbacked boards, boaqrds and in paper wrappers. Each volume approx. 800pp. of masonic contributions, events, editorials, b9ook reviews, domestic regulations, etc. Monumental dutch language monthly journal published by command of the Provincial [regular masonic) Journal of the Dutch East Indies in which a clear and interesting picture is provided about dutch and indigenous masonic life and ritual. A near complete set. (bindings in general shaved and somewhat rubbed).‎

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‎CARPI Aldo‎

‎DIARIO DI GUSEN.‎

‎Garzanti, Milano, 1971. In-8 p., tela editoriale, sovracoperta (piccoli strappi), pp. XIV,253,(3), con 75 disegni dell'Autore in tavole fuori testo. Seconda edizione contemporanea alla prima. In buono stato (good copy).‎

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‎CARPI Aldo‎

‎DIARIO DI GUSEN.‎

‎In-8 p., tela editoriale, sovracoperta (piccoli strappi), pp. XIV,253,(3), con 75 disegni dell'Autore in tavole fuori testo. Seconda edizione contemporanea alla prima. In buono stato (good copy).‎

‎CARR MONICA/NORTON MARY.‎

‎Monica Carr's Country Diary.‎

‎CORK, Cork Publishing Ltd. 1997. (ISBN: 1860769551) Soft Cover. A nice tight copy, possibly unread. Very Good +.‎

Bookseller reference : 006061 ISBN : 1860769551

‎CARR, BOB‎

‎Diary of a Foreign Minister‎

‎UNSW Press, Sydney, 2014. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 9781742234175 Size: 9"-10" Tall. Minor wear to jacket edges. Category: Politics & Government; ISBN: 1742234178. ISBN/EAN: 9781742234175. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 31980.‎

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‎CARR, C. S. (MD), EDITOR‎

‎The Columbus Medical Journal - January, 1909‎

‎Columbus, OH, The Columbus Medical Journal. 1909, Original Edition. Soft cover. Book, RARE copy of this early 20th century "Medical Magazine for the Home", with the featured article entitled "Vivisection is Cruel, is Needless, but 'Ethical'". Also has articles on vaccination, the art of making love, insomnia, ovarian diseases, typhoid fever, New York's vaccination law, loose teeth, epsom salts, and several other short articles. Includes several advertisements. Cover has light wear and is faded. Good.‎

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‎CARR, DAVID R. (ED. ) ; ALEXANDER, THOMAS G.; SMITH, SHANE A.; ORWIN, ETHAN M.; KUSIK, JAMES P.‎

‎The Historian, Volume 70, Number 2 (Summer 2008)‎

‎Malden, Ma, U. S. A.: Phi Alpha Theta and Blackwell Publishing, 2008. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Wraps have overall handling and shelf wear. ; Contents: Alexander, Carpetbaggers, Reprobates, and Liars: Federal Judges and the Utah War (1857-58). Smith, The Crisis in the Great War: W.E.B. Du Bois and His Perception of African-American Participation in World War I. Orwin, Of Couscous and Control: The Bureau of Muslim Soldier Affairs and the Crisis of French Colonialism. Kusik, The West Bend Aluminum Company in the Age of Monopoly, Depression, and War. Reviews. ; 9.0" tall; 219 pages. Very Good with no dust jacket .‎

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‎CARR, DAVID R. (ED. ) ; BENNETT, ETHAN R.; TOMCZIK, ADAM; JORSCH, THOMAS F.; KLEIN, IRA‎

‎The Historian, Volume 70, Number 4 (Winter 2008)‎

‎Malden, Ma, U. S. A.: Phi Alpha Theta and Blackwell Publishing, 2008. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Wraps have overall handling and shelf wear. ; Contents: Breslow, Henry Le Waleys: London Merchant and Royal Servant. Carr, Controlling the Butchers in Late Medieval English Towns. Gat, Retaliatory Raids as an Accelerating Factor Leading to the Six-Day War. Chaves, Ethnohistory: From Inception to Postmodernism and Beyond. Reviews. ; 9.0" tall; 219 pages. Very Good with no dust jacket .‎

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‎CARR, DAVID R. (ED. ) ; BODDICE, ROB; TUNSTALL, GRAYDON A.; NAKAMURA, KELLI Y.; CRUMRINE, HARRISON‎

‎The Historian, Volume 70, Number 1 (Spring 2008)‎

‎Malden, Ma, U. S. A.: Phi Alpha Theta and Blackwell Publishing, 2008. Softcover. Square, tight binding. Clean and bright pages. Wraps have overall light handling and shelf wear. ; Contents: Boddice, Manliness and the "morality of field sports": E. A. Freeman and Anthony Trollope, 1869-71. Tunstall, Austria-Hungary and the Brusilov Offensive of 1916. Nakamura, "They are our human secret weapons": the military intelligence service and the role of Japanese-Americans in the Pacific War and in the Occupation of Japan. Crumrine, The Oxford martyrs and the English Protestant movement, 1553-58. Reviews. ; 9.0" tall; 206 pages. Very Good with no dust jacket .‎

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‎CARR, DAVID R. (ED. ) ; BRESLOW, BOYD; CARR, DAVID R.; GAT, MOSHE; CHAVES, KELLY K.‎

‎The Historian, Volume 70, Number 3 (Fall 2008)‎

‎Malden, Ma, U. S. A.: Phi Alpha Theta and Blackwell Publishing, 2008. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Wraps have overall handling and shelf wear. ; Contents: Breslow, Henry Le Waleys: London Merchant and Royal Servant. Carr, Controlling the Butchers in Late Medieval English Towns. Gat, Retaliatory Raids as an Accelerating Factor Leading to the Six-Day War. Chaves, Ethnohistory: From Inception to Postmodernism and Beyond. Reviews. ; 9.0" tall; 246 pages. Very Good with no dust jacket .‎

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